Villa, Croatia – Krk

ID: CR101
  • 152 sqm

    Property
  • 29 000 sqm

    Plot
  • 2

    Beds
  • 2

    Baths
  • Upon request

    CZK

ABOUT

Villa is situated on the 100 meters altitude, in the close vicinity of the city Krk and consists of 29 326 square meters of land, which is cultivated and enriched with olive trees. Vila Solitudo is a property intended for nature lovers and peaceful way of life, and yet only several minutes drive from the busy city of Krk.

Villa is self-sustainable villa with its own production of water and energy, solar heating but also has a possibility of connecting to the public utility network. Villa is carefully planned and built in original way, characterized by an industrial-art style of decor. It consists of living area with a kitchen, a storage, two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and additional storage building. It has also all paperwork ready for building another 80 square meters object on the land.

Villa has a stunning panoramic view of the city of Krk, sea, city of Punat and surrounding area. Built in 2008 the property guarantees true intimacy and discretion with its position and structure. It represents the true blending of tradition and modern, equipped with all up to date systems for an enjoyable stay.

LOCATION Croatia – Krk

Villa is located on the island of Krk, near the town of the same name. Although it is an island, with the mainland is connected with the bridge with a length of 1 309 m. From Prague, Krk is 860 km away and you can get there by car or you can use the nearest international airport Rijeka, which is located near the small town Omišalj in the northeastern part of the island.

The island of Krk, together with the neighboring island of Cres, are the two largest islands in the Adriatic. It is a popular place whose lively resorts can offer not only many interesting but also rich history, cultural events and all the pastimes of modern life. The island covers limestone hills where you can see the year-round grazing sheep. The lowlands are mainly used for agriculture and fruit, vegetables, olives or grapevines are mostly grown here. The island surrounds several bays, straits and harbors. The beaches are pebbly and sandy, with gradual entry into the sea.

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